Your skin stays with you for a lifetime. It is the clothing you were born in. Taking care of it is a lifelong commitment.
You may have heard hyaluronic acid and its benefits, but you may wonder— is it safe?
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
This is a specific molecule, different from the general term acid, which indicates anything below a pH of 7.0, and is used to describe a variety of corrosive substances.
Hyaluronic acid is safe, because it exists naturally in the skin. Using extra hyaluronic acid in your skincare routine is both well-known, and trusted. Like old clothing, which needs repair over time, extra hyaluronic acid helps with aging skin, by keeping it supple.
How Hyaluronic Acid works:
When naturally occurring, hyaluronic acid has a lubricating role in the body. Along with its importance in keeping joints mobile, it is a major component of soft skin. To put it simply, it draws water to cells, which keeps them healthy.
Why Use More Hyaluronic Acid?
It makes skin soft, smooth, and hydrated! The hyaluronic acid that is created naturally in the body, is limited and a portion of it degrades and is synthesized each day. When we add more hyaluronic acid through serums and creams, we boost our skin's ability to retain moisture.
Medically, hyaluronic acid is sometimes prescribed for arthritis, and it can bring positive effects like reduced joint pain, because it supports the lubrication of cartilage in joints.
It can also be prescribed to help with dry eye syndrome.
How Extra Hyaluronic Acid is Made
Most hyaluronic acid is created using bio-technology. Techniques include harvesting from rooster combs, as well as extracting it from bacteria in labs.
This amazing ingredient is now included in all of our mists, to help keep your skin young. Shop the hyaluronic body mist collection here.